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Mogrify has developed an algorithm to determine the transcription factors required to turn one cell type into another cell type without transition through a stem cell state. This is revolutionary. Direct conversion via an algorithmic method is swifter, more efficient and avoids the moral hazard of using stem cells. Mogrify was the brain child of Professor Julian Gough, a Stanford Computer Science graduate, and PhD of University of Cambridge’s renowned Lab of Molecular Biology (from which 27 Nobel laureates have arisen, including Ahren Science Partners Sir Gregory Winter and Sir Venki Ramakrishnan)
Total raised: $19.7M

Investors 1

Funding Rounds 3

DateSeriesAmountInvestorsDeal News
28.01.2020-$1.1M-Mogrify aw...
14.10.2019-$20M-Mogrify ra...
20.02.2019Seed$3.7M-Mogrify ra...

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12.03.2020Cofinitive...Cofinitive shortlisted in 30th...--cambridgen...
28.01.2020Mogrify aw...Mogrify awarded $1.1M addition...--cambridgen...
23.12.2019‘Tis the...‘Tis the season to be jolly....--cambridgen...
23.12.2019‘Tis the...‘Tis the season to be jolly....--cambridgen...
06.12.2019Mogrify wi...Mogrify wins Innovation Award ...--cambridgen...
06.12.2019Mogrify wi...Mogrify wins Innovation Award ...--cambridgen...
06.12.2019Mogrify wi...Mogrify wins Innovation Award ...--cambridgen...
21.10.2019Hello autu...Hello autumn, farewell summer ...--cambridgen...
15.10.2019Daily fund...Redesign Science has raised $2...-Kristin Ka...vator.tv/n...
14.10.2019Cambridge-...Cambridge-based Mogrify is a c...Funding U...Mary Lorit...eu-startup...
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